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Nigeria criticised for funding satellites while many of its citizens live in poverty. l New Scientist ow.ly/nNLMY
Cybersecurity Pros in High Demand, Highly Paid and Highly Selective l Computer World ow.ly/nNLOx
First decrease in US childhood obesity. Is the tide finally turning? l New Scientist ow.ly/nN6Yq
“ARPA-E Advanced Battery To Be Made In West Harlem” l Clean Technica bit.ly/14thXK6
Two new curricula (for tsunami STEM education and teaching about excluder nets l Oregon Sea Grant http://ow.ly/nNM1u
Does math come from the brain or the universe? l Kavli Foundation http://ow.ly/nNMOq
Federal Reserve, Central Banks, & Financial Departments
How do family balance sheets affect the broader economy? Learn more in our annual report l St. Louis Fed http://bit.ly/11rtx2r
How does Europe and Asia’s life expectancy measure up against the world? l World Bank http://ow.ly/nNMrm
College econ students (and professors): Check out our free online resources l St. Louis Fed http://bit.ly/VWGSSc
Non-U.S. Central Banks’ Action the Best News for the U.S. Economy l Central Bank News http://dlvr.it/3n5kxy
Is this recovery creating low-wage jobs, or are they part of a larger trend? l Atlanta Fed http://goo.gl/CO789y
African students invented a soap that repels mosquitoes, in order to prevent malaria l World Bank http://wrld.bg/ny097
Thank you as always for joining us on Saturday for HBCU Money™ Dozen. The 12 most important research and finance articles of the week.